Magnolia Sympathy

For me, sympathy cards are always the hardest cards to make.
I started with the retired Magnolia Lane large speciality memories & more cards & envelopes as the base. Inside the metallic frame I used a 4 x 3 piece of retired Floral Romance DSP that I popped up with dimensionals. I die cut a piece of Mossy Meadow using the Painted Labels dies (151605). The centre is a piece of Blushing Bride CS punched out using the 2 inch punch circle punch. The sentiment is from the Peaceful Moments stamp set (151595) inked in Mossy Meadow. The flowers are from the retired Magnolia Lane Memories & More card pack that I fussy cut out & adhered using liquid Tombow glue. Once I had the flowers attached, I adhered the die cut circle to the card using dimensionals. The last touch was to add a few pearls to the bottom of the circle.

About SimpleStamping

My name is Jill Loveland & I have been an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the Seattle area since 2010. I joined in 2010 during Sale-a-bration & have been hooked since. I love how the Stampin' Up! products coordinate from ink, paper to dies & embellishments. The quality of Stampin' Up! is the best in the paper crafting industry. I love to share my joy for card making & paper crafts with others. I hope you enjoy my blog & will visit often.
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2 Responses to Magnolia Sympathy

  1. Jennifer M says:

    Such a beautifully done creation. Sympathy cards are one of the most appreciated to receive.

  2. Debbie Mageed says:

    Just had to pop over from your FB page – wow, I love this beautiful sympathy card! I find them so overwhelming to make and your card shows how to make them perfectly! TFS

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